Pabellón Mudéjar, Parque de María Luisa, Seville, Spain - Stock image

Andalusia, Europe, Iberian Peninsula, Parque Maria Luisa, Plaza de Espana - Seville

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Stock photo ID:171328953
Upload date:June 21, 2013

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'Built for the 1929 Fair of the Americas, the PabellAn MudAjar (Pavilion MudAjar) is now the home of the Musue de Artes y Costumbres Populares. The pavilion is located in Sevilleaas Parque de MarA-a Luisa. The MudAjar style was developed by Muslims that remained in Spain after the Christian re-conquest in the 15th century. Capital city of the province that bears its name, Sevilla is part of Spain's Andalucia (or al-Andalus) region.'
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